I Don't Wanna Stop

Album: Black Rain (2007)
Charted: 61


  • This was the first single from Black Rain, which was released when Ozzy was 59 years old. The song simply explains that Ozzy doesn't want to stop performing and playing music. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Sean - Detroit, MI

Comments: 7

  • Seth from Ingleside, Txozzy is one of the best metal artists ever and i think this song is about doing what you like and not letting anyone tell anything different or stopping you from doing it
  • Marie from Boca Raton, Fli love ozzy so much he is the best. i can play the guitar part all the crazy solosto awsome
  • Kenzi from Riverside, UtCan't beleive that there arent more comments on this song! Great Lyrics~ Just a good rebel song. makes you simply wanna get up and dance :) I think Ozzy will always be great in one way or another~
  • Christian from Oslo, NorwayThe bassist is Blasko...
    And I think there was some kinda competition, and a fan got to make the video...
  • Travis from Toronto, OnWho is the Bassist in that video?
  • Mara from Coruscant, Englandit's a really good song, but the video's kind of cheesy, huh?
  • Daniel from Derby, KsGreat song... Long live Ozzy
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